LawBreakers Could See a PS4/Xbox One Release

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Amidst the many announcements during PAX Prime,  Gears of War creator Cliff Bleszinski stated that while their new title Lawbreakers is currently only slated for PC, there is a possibility that it may receive a PS4 and Xbox One release later on. Bleszinski explained that there are two main obstacles preventing a console port. First, the developer (Boss Key) is too small to design the ports internally, with the staff currently numbering around 40. Aside from finding a potential partner to port the game, LawBreakers also needs to be approved by Xbox executive Phil Spencer and PlayStation executive Adam Boyes.

Phil Spencer has already stated that “Cliff Bleszinski is always welcome on Xbox,” and while this may simply refer to his history with Gears of War, one of the most successful franchises for the Xbox 360, it could also at least suggest the possibility of a LawBreakers port.

The game is a free-to-play shooter, and will be published by Nexon America for the PC. It is set to launch in 2016.


About Justin Kersey

My name is Justin, and I graduated from Ball State University with a degree in history. The long tale of my love for gaming began when my dad brought a Super Nintendo to our house in the ancient year of 1992. I played Mario Paint, Super Mario World, and Donkey Kong Country in my early years. My love for games only grew when I got a Game Boy and Sega Genesis in the mid 90s. Before I knew it, I was in college watching youtubers like the Angry Video Game Nerd, applying my love of video games to my love for history. Soon, I began collecting as many video games as I could. My favorite genres are JRPGs, open-world survival games, and adventure games.